Podcast:- newbreview.com Podcast Ep 50: Chickendragon

It’s the big 5-0 ladies and gents, Episode 50 of the newbreview.com podcast! I know, how/why did we make it this far? To celebrate this landmark, Kieran is joined by newbreview.com writer (and making his podcast debut) Jose Luis Perez Zapata as well as everybody’s favorite idiot, Adam Radcliffe. The best games release of the [...]

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Sun, November 20 2011 » Podcasts » 1 Comment

Podcast:- newbreview.com Podcast Ep 49: The Ross Kemp of Chickens

Yes, in an attempt to make the titles of our podcast episode even longer, we’ve started naming our episodes too. PRETTY NEAT UH? Not really, I know. ANYWAY. After somehow managing to escape from his terrible ordeal, Adam decides to put us all through a different kind of “ordeal” by rejoining podcast regular, Kieran Roycroft [...]

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Sun, November 13 2011 » Podcasts » No Comments

Interview:- Todd McFarlane, Executive Art Director of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

At the recent EA Winter Showcase event newbreview.com’s Richard Burley and Tom Wallis were fortunate enough to be able to meet with Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning’s Executive Art Director Todd McFarlane. If his name seems familiar it may be because was one of the most popular comic book artists of the 1990s, having a legendary run on [...]

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Thu, November 10 2011 » Interviews » No Comments

Speaking with… John Spinale, OnLive’s VP of Games and Media

When is a video game digital distribution service not a digital distribution service? When it is OnLive, the new cloud-based video game streaming service that recently launched in the UK at the Eurogamer Expo. Barely 24 hours after OnLive’s official UK launch we sat down with John Spinale, OnLive’s VP of Games and Media, to talk about OnLive’s [...]

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Fri, September 30 2011 » Interviews » No Comments

Speaking With… Carrie Gouskos, Producer of Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes

Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes is a free to play MMO from Bioware. It boasts a beautiful cel-shaded graphical style as well as 18 player online battles, with three teams of six trying to defeat each other. We sat down with Carrie Gouskos, the producer of Wrath of Heroes, to find out some more about [...]

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Wed, September 14 2011 » Interviews » No Comments